Kinetica is a "hot" startup in the Big Data / Real-time analysis / ML / GeoSpatial space. We are more than doubling annual revenue year-over-year and just closed a $50M Series A Funding. We are seeking proven technical professionals who want to lead the charge on the front lines of an exciting and disruptive technology.
Kinetica is looking for an outstanding mid to senior level full-stack engineer with hands-on experience developing data visualization applications. In this role, you will join and collaborate with a team of passionate engineers who excel in turning complex problems into intuitive user experiences. You will have the opportunity to build and work on features that are critical to both internal and external customers.
- Maintain and develop our database admin application including working with core database team to implement new GUI to support new features.
- Work on enhancing our data visualization application which gives our customers insight into their data using rich charts and interactive mapping/geospatial tools and filters.
- Responsibility for both admin and visualization applications include end-to-end deliveries including, but not limited to, UI design, graphic design, client-side and server-side coding, and database/SQL modeling.
- Assist and support Sales Engineering team in creation and design of data visualization dashboards for both demos and production implementations.
- Become the SME for both the admin and visualization tool.
To be considered:
- Technical Degree with strong knowledge of Computer Science fundamentals, data structures, and algorithm
At least 3+ years of BE development experience in Java, and/or Python.
Understanding of how to operate and develop within a Linux environment.
Experience with data visualization and web mappings tools such as OpenLayers, D3.js, or Mapbox (preferred)
Solid verbal and written communication
Local to the DMV area (preferred)
All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.
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